A conference or discussion involving several participants.(noun)
In Arthurian legend, the circular table of King Arthur and his knights.(noun)
The knights of King Arthur considered as a group.(noun)
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Use "roundtable" in a sentence
"I just had what they call a roundtable discussion about some of the programs that are taking place here in South Carolina, programs all aimed at helping people help themselves."
"I'm a producer here at On Point, and I'm putting together a show for next week, what we call a roundtable, with regular people who have lost jobs in the economic crisis and are now either coping or feel they're better off than before."
"He's a systematic, creative, pragmatic thinker about America's foreign policy challenges - and whether he has expressed himself in roundtable discussions rather than a large volume of opeds makes no difference."